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|Category5.TV Episode 128|
Talking to Jim Morrisroe from Zimbra about the recent acquisition of Zimbra by VMWare. Saving your company time and money with a 5 device called the "Bring TIM!" and answering viewer questions.
Keywords: technology; linux; ubuntu; zimbra
|194 - Free Video Editing in Linux|
Robbie demonstrates the free OpenShot video editing software, which brings non-linear editing, 3D titles and effects to Linux.
Keywords: technology; video editing; openshot; video editor; linux; ubuntu; linux; openshot
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Keywords: technology; technology; linux; ubuntu; pubuntu
|VNC, iMovie, AC Adapter, & Everything|
In this episode, D.Lee Beard answers viewer questions on how to control a networked Mac via a PC (a follow up tip), when should you use the AC Adapter on your laptop, how to clear out those unwanted video clips in iMovie from your hard drive, and where to learn everything about computers in video format.
Keywords: vnc; mac; windows; linux; imovie
|Category5.TV Episode 130|
Using AllTray to load Linux applications in your system tray, even if they don't support it.
Keywords: technology; ubuntu; alltray; linux; system; tray
|Category5 TV Episode 148|
Learning the basics of photo manipulation.
Keywords: technology; gimp; ubuntu; linux; tv; tech
|Category5.TV Episode 153|
Basic Photo Manipulation Part 5 - batch resizing photos.
Keywords: technology; gimp; linux; windows; mac; free; photoshop
|Category5 TV Episode 163|
Basic Photo Manipulation Part 7: A simple photo editing technique that will enhance any color photograph.
Keywords: technology; gimp; photoshop; free; tutorial; ubuntu; linux
|Category5.TV Episode 154|
Basic Photo Manipulation Part 6: making a summer photograph look like it was taken in the fall.
Keywords: technology; ubuntu; linux; gimp; gnu; photoshop; free
|Category5 Technology TV Episode 136|
Obtaining Ubuntu 10.04 - The Lucid Lynx. Giving away a Pogoplug to our RSS subscribers. Shared calendar in Microsoft Outlook without the need for Exchange Server. Microsoft to join forces with Mozilla and Opera in bringing WOFF (Web Open Font Format) to W3C. McAfee antivirus software brings several business and public sector networks to their knees. Free software to burn CD ISO images on Windows. Installing Ubuntu 10.04 in a dual-boot environment with Windows 7 (also works for other versions of ...
Keywords: technology; ubuntu; lucid; lynx; linux; pogoplug; tv
Why startup-manager may have different advanced options from system to system. A free CCleaner alternative for Linux. What to do if a CPU is caked on to your heatsync. Wireless data transfer at over 1Gbit/sec. Sony disconinues its OLED TV in Japan. Ubuntu Netbook Remix will not include OpenOffice.org out of the box. Texas Instruments announces a super-tiny chip that combines a ton of wireless service features...
Keywords: technology; tech; ubuntu; linux; free; tv; category5 tv; robbie ferguson; ubuntu; linux; tv; technology; tech
|Video Editing on Linux Part 1 - Obtaining, Installing and Using OpenShot Video Editor|
Join Robbie Ferguson and Christa Wells as they produce great looking video using free tools available on Linux. In Part 1 of our series on Video Editing on Linux, Robbie and Christa dive into the OpenShot video editor and take you through obtaining the software, installing and configuring the software, 3D title creation, video editing, using the interface and even rolling your credits at the end and outputting your video...
Keywords: technology; video editing; openshot; video editor; linux; ubuntu; linux; openshot; free; open source; openshot
|310 - Desktop Widgets for Linux|
Add cool (and also useful) desktop widgets and system monitors to your Point Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, etc.) system.
Keywords: technology; linux; point linux; desktop; widget; conky; conkyrc; crunchbang; #!; screenlets; monitors
|218 - Linux Distros - Part 4: Linux Mint 12|
Linux Mint 12 RC gives us a glimpse into the upcoming "Lisa" release of Linux Mint. Robbie and Christa also give away prizes to our draw winner as well as on Click Race.
Keywords: technology; linux mint; ubuntu; linux; mint; debian; mgse; mate; pogoplug; brother printer
|212 - Enhancing the Linux Clipboard|
Robbie and Eric show you how to obtain, install and use Glipper, an excellent clipboard enhancement for Gnome.
Keywords: technology; clipboard; glipper; klipper; kde; gnome; linux; ubuntu; zorin os; clip board; linux; free
|198 - Linux Distros - Part 2: Zorin OS 5 Free|
Robbie and Christa take a look at Zorin OS 5 Free, an exceptional Linux distribution, especially for users wanting to migrate from Windows or Mac to Linux.
Keywords: technology; zorin os; ubuntu; linux; distro; distribution; zorin; windows 7; windows xp; make linux look like windows 7; make linux look like windows xp; gnome; free
|Episode 58: Questions from the Podcast and New Media Expo|
Brandon Jackson joins D.Lee Beard to discuss his trip to the 2007 Podcast and New Media Expo in Ontario, California. While there, D.Lee videotaped some viewer questions on removing pops and clicks in audio, video editing Linux, and are cookies safe for your computer to eat? D.Lee and Brandon answer these questions and also share some of their experiences in american airports. (24min 53sec) Hosts: D.Lee Beard, Brandon Jackson Camerawork: Cody Moore, D.Lee Beard Become a "Techie" yourself: Share y...
Keywords: podcast; vodcast; expo; cookies; video editing; linux; mac; computer; windows
|174 - Synergy|
Robbie teaches us how to share our keyboard and mouse with multiple computers (Linux, Mac or Windows) using the free Synergy Software.
Keywords: technology; synergy; linux; mac; windows; ubuntu; windows 7; tutorial; kvm
|Category5 TV Episode 165|
Keywords: technology; gmountiso; gimp; linux; tech; tv; category5
|155 - Answering Questions with Eric - Category5 Technology TV|
Recorded Live September 7, 2010. Robbie welcomes Eric Kidd to the set.
Keywords: technology; eric kidd; robbie ferguson; technology; ubuntu; linux
|Episode 45: iWeb Part II-Advanced, Cross Platform File Encryption, Setting up a Home Wireless Networ|
AskTheTechies.com In this video, Tim Welsh and D.Lee Beard explain advanced features of iWeb for creating ePortfolios. Nathan Galieti and Jason Rybicki explain how to set up a home wireless network. D.Lee Beard explains how to encrypt files and folders with AES 128-bit encryption for free on a USB Flash Drive that can be decrypted and encrypted regardless of Operating System including Windows, Mac, Linux, and even Solaris! Cross platform file encryption made easy and cheap!(36min 17sec) Hosts: D...
Keywords: computer; web page creation; mac; security; wireless; windows; linux
|309 - Creating Notification Windows on Your LAN Computers|
Learn to send handy little popup windows to both Linux and Windows computers (from computers of the same OS) on your LAN.
Keywords: technology; linux; windows; notifications; popup; msg.exe; notify-send; xmessage
|Category5 Technology TV Episode 138|
Keywords: technology; virtualbox; category5; tv; free; ubuntu; windows; linux
|177 - Surge Protection|
Safer Internet Day in Canada: protect your children by educating yourself about the Internet. Making sure you buy the right surge protection.
Keywords: technology; surge protection; computer; linux; ubuntu; hardware; safety; warranty
|307 - Virtualizing a Physical Computer - Part 1|
Learn to take a physical computer and create a virtual machine from its hard drive.
Keywords: technology; virtualbox; virtualization; virtual machine; clonezilla; windows 7; linux
|Category5.TV Episode 127|
On this episode of Category5.TV, Robbie teaches you how to remove the background from a flattened JPG image to allow you to place it on any background. Several viewer questions are answered, and Christy talks about the news in technology.
Keywords: technology; linux; ubuntu; windows; technology; tech; tv; free; live; help
|173 - Drum Beats on Linux|
Hillary joined Robbie and Eric in studio, and we learn to create professional sounding drum beats on Linux using the free Hydrogen step sequencer. A lot of viewer questions were asked and answered, giving us a plethora of topics for Episode 173.
Keywords: technology; hydrogen; music production; linux; ubuntu; live; tv; technology
|vBlog: Robbie and Bekah Playing Jill of the Jungle|
May 21, 2010
Keywords: technology; jill of the jungle; dosbox; linux; games
|211 - Installing Ubuntu 11.10|
To kick off Season 5, Robbie and Hillary show how to install Ubuntu 11.10 Linux on your computer.
Keywords: technology; ubuntu; 11.10; oneiric ocelot; canonical; linux; install
|Installing Perfectbuntu 5|
Installing Perfectbuntu 5 on an Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx desktop system.
Keywords: technology; ubuntu; lucid; lynx; category5; perfectbuntu; linux
|258 - Setting up Knoppix as a Hobbyist Linux Distro|
Robbie and Eric answer viewer questions and launch Knoppix as a hobbyist Linux installation running KDE, but not so much with Gnome 3.
Keywords: technology; knoppix; live cd; linux; installation; install knoppix
|178 - Creating Mosaic Images|
Robbie demonstrates how to create a mosaic image: one big image comprised of thousands of tiny images.
Keywords: technology; mosaic; photography; tricks; free; linux; ubuntu; pixelize; make_db
|207 - Creating Stop-Motion Video on Linux with Free Software|
Robbie and Hillary demonstrate how you can create a stop-motion movie using free software and a webcam in Linux.
Keywords: technology; stop-motion; stopmotion; linux; animation; video production; hillary rumball
|Bleeding Edge TV 231: Eee PC Advanded Desktop and Beryl Effects|
The second in our series of Asus Eee PC how-to videos, this episode features instructions on how to activate the Eee PC's hidden Full Desktop Mode, a power-user mode featuring a launcher similar to the Start menu from Windows. Additionally, Nate True demonstrates how to activate Beryl, a 3d desktop effect engine that adds stunning visual effects to your desktop, including windows that stretch and wobble like Jell-O when you move them around and a rotating desktop cube display.
Keywords: technology; asus; eee; eee pc; hacks; mods; diy; computers; linux; beryl; full desktop; software; linux hacks; eee pc hacks
|224 - Linux for little ones|
Robbie and Christa show you how to setup Qimo as a session so when your young children login to your computer they are presented with a "made for kids" desktop experience.
Keywords: technology; qimo; linux; ubuntu; zorin os; xfce; kids; children; linux for kids; session; qimo-session; pizza; star trek
|#CAT5TV - Web Development Part 2 - Slicing up the Images|
The next step to creating your web site is to slice the mockup into its individual components to keep the web site's actual filesize down and present the graphics in a useable way. ; Robbie and Christa put the free GNU Image Manipulation Program (GiMP) up against the 99+ Adobe Photoshop to see if slicing can be done with either product.
Keywords: technology; web design; web development; linux; windows; mac; photoshop; gimp; photoshop vs gimp; website; web site; design; photoshop; gimp; linux; windows; mac
|206 - Space Fish gets a name, and Windows programs work on Linux|
Robbie and Christa introduce a fun way to test if the lag issue is a [ahem] thing of the past by giving 25 viewer points to every user. Space Fish gets his name, and is happy to finally have an identity and purpose in life. Robbie demonstrates how the free "wine" utility can be used on Linux to run popular "Windows Only" applications directly and natively on Linux.
Keywords: technology; christa; robbie; category5; category5 tv; space fish; major tom; c3h20; catfish; raptor222; ferguson; tech; linux; wine; windows; windows emulator; winamp; linux
|Bleeding Edge TV 468: Ubuntu for smartphones|
http://www.gearlive.com - Did you know that Linux Ubuntu is coming to smartphones to take on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry? It's true - and we bring you a first look at the Linux Ubuntu smartphone OS in this video as we interview Canonical's Richard Collins. What do you think of the all gesture-based interface with no hardware buttons? Please subscribe if you like what we do here, or check us out at http://video.gearlive.com for our video archive, and our general tech coverage at h...
Keywords: technology; andru; andru edwards; gear live; ubuntu; linux; linux ubuntu; smartphones; ubuntu smartphones; software; interviews; ces; ces 2013; canonical; mark shuttleworth; richard collins
|290 - Point Linux: Bringing Back Classic Linux|
Are you a Gnome 2 or Compiz fan? Not a big fan of Unity or Gnome 3? We have the distro for you. It's called Point Linux, and on this episode we officially announce the release and talk to its developer.
Keywords: technology; point linux; linux; gnome; gnome 2; compiz; unity; gnome 3; classic; desktop; ubuntu; debian; wheezy; robbie ferguson; hillary rumball; peter ryzhenkov
|20100907 - Category5.TV Newsroom Podcast|
Keywords: technology; ps3; ubuntu 10.10; ubuntu; linux; news; technology; podcast
|222 - Tiling your Linux applications|
Robbie and Christa introduce you to a Python script which lets you tile the windows on your Linux desktop, helping you organize your running applications and improve ergonomics.
Keywords: technology; pytyle; pytile; tile; linux; desktop; gnome; kde; openbox; xfce; dm; applications
|261 - Viewer Question Extravaganza|
Robbie and Christa go through the mail bag and offer answers to a wide variety of viewer questions; from how we use Skype for interviews to obtaining a web design template.
Keywords: technology; linux; compiz; domain controller; samba; cups; sharing; printer; networking; skype; macpup; web design
|Category5 TV - Episode 150|
The basics of photo manipulation series, part 2. Understanding what "Layers" are. Removing a complicated object from a photo while maintaining the background (at least, seeming to).
Keywords: technology; gimp; gnu image manipulation program; ubuntu; linux; free; software; photoshop
|196 - Creating Screencast Tutorials on Linux|
Robbie and Christa answer a ton of viewer questions and have a great time doing so, and then show you how to record and produce your own screencast tutorials on Linux using an assortment of free tools.
Keywords: technology; screencast; create; video editing; linux; ubuntu; pitivi; gtk-recordmydesktop; recordmydesktop; openshot; open source; tutorial
|Bleeding Edge TV 194: SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Demo|
We show you how to use the SanDisk Sansa TakeTV device in this episode.
Keywords: technology; sansa; sandisk; taketv; video; windows; mac; linux; demonstration; tutorials; home entertainment; internet video
|#Cat5TV Stop Motion contest.|
Add your own voiceover and either send your audio or video production to firstname.lastname@example.org Prizes will be announced based on number of ballots received. More information here: http://www.category5.tv/episodes/207.php
Keywords: technology; stopmotion; stop-motion; linux; free; startrek; star trek; trek; tng; tos
Speed up your web site with the SmartOptimizer minifyer / compressor all-in-one PHP script. Installing unMenu in unRAID Server. Handy Firefox add-ons for web developers. Encrypting individual files and folders in Ubuntu Linux. Mark Shuttleworth stepping down as CEO of Canonical Ltd. Copying files recursively using the Linux terminal. This is a one-hour live show that also answers viewer questions, so a lot of topics are covered within the show...
Keywords: technology; category5 tv; robbie ferguson; ubuntu; linux; virtualization; tv; technology; tech
|Category5 TV Episode 166|
Mounting a Pogoplug in Windows or Linux. Adding DD-WRT to your router, or choosing a router specifically to install DD-WRT.
Keywords: technology; pogoplug; linux; windows; dd-wrt; router; firmware; open source; free